church farm, coffee, family, Life experiences, Mountain biking

DAY PARTS

I just wanted to post a few pictures Im calling “Day Parts”.

PART 1

Started out the way I love to – Devotion , Sunday preparation and strong coffee.

bible coffee

PART 2

Then I went to work on getting these two canoes back to Missouri for my friend Mile Ketcherside.

We had to fix the Yakima racks on Annie’s Ford Explorer before they can be shipped. She hit a tree and did some damage to the whole system. Bigger project than I projected.

2 canoes

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PART 3

Hung out at Chruch Farm. It is really cool to see lots of people come by to help Thomas during the day.

All kinds of stuff growing – can’t wait for the harvet give away at “The Table”.

I met a young man from Virignia that is filming a documentary on “Building Communities” today. He is filming three cities and stopped by Church Farm to take a hands on approach to some of the work Thomas and crew are doing.

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I love using a canoe to very last drop. This one is helping us grow Kale and salad greens.

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The Potatoes are kickin it.

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Twila and Sophie have the life!

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PART 4

Just before sunset, I slipped in an hour of the “sweet spot” in the woods.

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PART 5

Finishing off the day by just hanging with the best bride on the planet! – She makes killer tacos.

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“As thy days, so shall thy strength be;”—Deuteronomy 33:25 (kjv)

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coffee, cycling

THE BEAUTY OF THE BEAN

Today is commute to the office on the bike day.

This is the first Monday of fall and what a great ride in the crisp fall air here in Prescott.

Stopped by the bean store and joined the other 167 million coffee drinkers of USA today.

It is nice having a Starbucks just about halfway between my house and the church.

I was reading today that coffee is second only to oil as a USA import and is a 19 billion dollar industry.

A great book I am reading right now by Leonard Sweet is The Gospel According To Starbucks.

The book is about finding a life you would stand in line for.

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